The latest issue of Ab Imperio (4/2022) is now available at https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/49443
“Methodology and Theory” section:
“Disentangling the State, the Empire, and the Nation” by the Editors.
“The Russian Imperial Situation: Before and after the Nation-State” by Ilya Gerasimov.
“‘From the Seeds Sown in the Soil’: The Boxer Rebellion and the Awakening of Russian Missionary Activity in China (1900–1917)” by Anastasiia Akulich.
“Border Control and Early Soviet Statehood: The Case of the Soviet-Finnish Frontier in the 1920s” by Oksana Ermolaeva.
“Stalin's Hidden Eugenic Agenda: Debating and Practicing Eugenic Abortion in the Soviet Union, 1920–1951” by Björn M. Felder.
“The Diary of a Border Guard” by Klimentii Fedevich.
“From Ch***v’s Diary, 1940–1944”
“Newest Mythologies” section:
“Boris Akunin's Political Novel: Russian Musketeers on a Path to the Promised Land” by Elena Baraban.
The issue also contains an extended section of book reviews.
Ab Imperio 2023 Annual Program “Toward a Postnational History of Eurasia: Deconstructing Empires, Denationalizing Groupness” is available at https://sites.google.com/view/openabimperio/2023-annual-program
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